Marilyn Emmons Prim
- December 29, 1940 - January 14, 2013
- Lynnville, Tennessee
of Marilyn's Passing
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I was so sorry to hear about the passing of Mrs.Prim. I was her Garbageman for many years she was a wonderful caring person and she will be miss in the Lynnville community.I say to the family you have my deepest symnathy and may God be with you in your time of sorrow.
Posted by: Cox Garbage Jan 18, 2013
I am saddened to hear of Marilyn's passing. We worked together at the Fire Marshal's Office. She had the best sense of humor and always made me laught. She spoke often of her husband, children, and grandchildren with love and pride. She loved God and her faith was deep. She was my mentor of sorts because I could go to her in confidence and she spoke beautiful words of wisdom. We kept in touch for a while after she retired,
Posted by: Glenda Jones - Nashville, TN - Former Co-worker Jan 18, 2013
Marilyn,a beautiful soul. She was so optimistic and loving. Her faith in God was an inspiration. She always made time for me and my kids. The memories of those times are a treasure. My heartfelt sympathy to Wendy and the guys. You had a wonderful Mother. I will miss her.
Cathy Silcox, Keegan and Keifer
Posted by: Cathy Silcox - Jacksboro, TN - Niece Jan 17, 2013
My heart is saddened today for the lost of my precious friend Marilyn. I enjoyed our work time together. We shared support for each other during our husband’s illness and death. We have visited each other and recalled many memories since we have retired. Even talking about the day we go home for eternity. What a reunion that is for her today. To The Family My Sympathy and Prayers are from the heart. May your Sweet Memories give you comfort. God Bless you always.
Posted by: Anita Boner - Friend Jan 16, 2013
Worked with Marilyn for several years. Enjoy working with her and became a beloved friend to myself and my family. She always found the time to remember our daughter Michelle's birthday in some special way. Linda,Michelle and I will never forget her kindness.
Posted by: Robert & Linda Frost - Retired Asst Com Commerce & Ins Jan 15, 2013